Technical Support

All our products are of a high and consistent quality and are available in a number of standard grades. We also develop new grades in order to meet your specific needs.The various stages of our processing are subjected to constant, stringent quality tests right through to the final product to insure consistent quality of products to our valuable customers. We are striving to achieve more and more cost effective applications in Sweetener. Qualified researchers from food technology are putting together their continuous effort for development to new products, applications and quality up-gradation.

We are strongly committed to providing a high level of customer service. Our team of dedicated  Professionals are continuously available to give you technical service, on site trouble shooting, new products development, development of cost effective solutions and on the spot advice in all aspects of application.They are highly experienced in a wide range of applications from Sweetmeats to baking from processed Foods to Confectionery and Dairy products.
We work closely with our Customers, ensure sweetener performance and stability under the most rigorous industrial processing conditions.

Approvals and Food Safety

Sucralose has been approved for use in Food and Beverages in more than 40 countries including United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdome and China etc. It is approved by the Food and Drug Administration in India.
FOS can be used everywhere. It has been approved GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) status by USFDA

The large number of published safety data supports the conclusion that the intake of  Isomalt would not be expected to cause adverse effect in humans under the conditions of its intended use in food. A petition to affirm the GRAS (Generally recognized as Safe) status of Isomalt has been accepted for filing by the FDA. Isomalt has been used in the United States since 1990.

The World Health Organization’s Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) evaluated the safety of Isomalt and concluded that there is no need for a numeric (limited) acceptable daily intake (ADI). JECFA established an ADI for Isomalt of “not specified”, the safest category in which JECFA can place a food ingredient.